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Some of what you will get in the Eclectic Horseman Magazine

New beginnings & Friendship in Estonia

This past dark December month it became clear to me once again how horsemanship connects people, not only to horses, but to each other,...

Translating Horsemanship Clinic Report

By Anpeytu Raben  Traveling along the highway toward Heber, I mulled concepts about timing, balance, and feel learned last summer and felt eager to have...

Handy Little Cowboy

photography by Sandy Black It was a cold breezy September day in Bruneau, Idaho when I walked up to the corrals at the Ace Black...

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Horsemanship Skills

The Role of the Seat and Leg -or how do I...

Written by Wendy Murdoch This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.33 Recently I have come across a number of students who think that the...

For Visual Learners

Build Your Confidence

Winter Projects

With Jeff Derby For many of us, the start of the winter season means an end to our riding season. Even if you have access...

Catching Up on Rope Exposure

With Bryan Neubert At a recent clinic Bryan demonstrated how he might get a colt used to a rope touching him on the hind legs...

Words of Wisdom from Ray Hunt

Written by EHC This article originally appeared in Eclectic Horseman Issue No.16 “I have spent most of my life around horses. When I was growing up,...

Leading Your Horse In a Hackamore

With Richard Caldwell If you do not use a fiador on your hackamore, it is a good idea to secure your reins any time you step...

THE HORSEMAN'S GAZETTE - A DVD COMPANION

No place else will you get to watch some of the best horsemen, and women work in one place.
Every episode is packed with useful information to help you improve
and take ownership of your horsemanship.

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